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S 7MADISON TIMES.
-- I~ ---- - - DEtVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF M.LDISON PARiItl 'O rl N. :0:. TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. L.A.. SAT.RD.\Y. SEPTEMBER .15. I8$;. rEt. ' s-- P GENERAL NEWS. Events that have rranspired During the Past Week. DOMESTIC. - Tlhe lX &rarountY IkmI u f it ~asuW, 'I.,.. has e I I-- atighti t lint Sal it's. .raic.. lack Imlcan fat.ally stabled .Mike Martin. -P. L. Hewes ia '.. tri-l at 'Montirello, a1;.., harmed with the mrurdcr of his wife. -At lfarlliJ (3tinmu township, four tmn ItrleS it I U eillac Ind., on the 1.Ith. 't..Il+e;ph' 'ath,,a c huiret wai dij m.m.erewl to be ia flames, aind halwte the ex crtt1-" . the dtiseu the edilficeti was en trlr deltravyti toget her with te rontnts. rav Htime v~tnre~ antl n11 macrl -weedl. The 1,0m 0il rmch $.4NlI. w,)I wmachtl thert is uo imnsraane. The tim e oIgurmiatea i from the 1,amrning of brush, the sparks of which ,loged on the root of the church. Oil has bees struck at Mailmstee, Mich., at a depth of! ,g20) leet. -At Marshall, Ill.. George T. L'Powers, itam.atboad.ApUe, was mrmtml.ret and robbed. 1liaicate that the corn acrop is well past any mriopn d(lager of !rust. -Al an ma a PRn ine, be n en - Wd bIJ SpmikameF les,W. T., wi wr oi reesrue hilm frm oltticcra . 0* of the oflicers was also killdl. -A verlict for the plaintiff was ret ilered r w llreOsp. Kry., in the care ~of Mrs. Tuna j i aginst the I.'hicago ;ieal A.ltun ramdruad for $5,VMU (lisnges for the death of her husband., ' -Riley Slaughter war killmd bly a stroke r.f lightning at lMver, Mo.. ,o thle 9tth. jlmugtereaunimlnOg aai wire fence, and was working with a shalvl and man max. Wtel foe.as sle wal ieal. his Iwody being pri~*mup from the graounmd by tihe touols with which ihphays workina the barn dhle crosmldg eh other, the mnids resting sgiuist hi t anl the other end on the were burnedquite Iadly. and all SIt tlmm bt Mo., hlass failed. The failure is the largest mes that has occurram oi that rity fortsonse tinme, and is estimt ltl an being in the neilhborhood of $5ij.I(.al. Timmh firm has khu doing a large businest . etimated va rioeslyfrom $1S5o.mmn) to ; ,la)0,OtJ, but ewitg to to the condition of the tolbaco. murket datcmi some months ago. the tirm had to go under. -Jts kheniYisw. time 3-year-old child oful iA' mlwd ms. of Lmnimianu. it farmer vibg onJohan D. Fields' farmin n n:alt river, dhd eItst he .aftie excrrltinting maiiy. On the Sunday pfrecding while t t he aot lher wa iUthe kitchen preItarilg lirmair anrlmd iin t vet m l frenl the stave, .M th dh s * Irlyu, op11. " -pot. ·Y I'tR lJltbtB" falli rtzt the he little orow'lback literally caused the skin to -Isporf e from La Pl;ata, stt. tIhat the lhielic'.hecorn erop, ns expectedl fromm thdelat of the drouth, will inot materialise Is e stismn. Tihe early pllanting--and o8dlit was early-will surprise every i*d. ap bhomn any lels have bee IbnoLt to that city and it is of an excel. IItmalS. The yield in nmost :all early kfliU wrang from forty to( sixty I,ushela prrane, sad the acreage i large. -rblweS 11 alnd 12 ,'clock ,on the1 I rs Lon Juth Droala'. r [ tl!Ollvodd d:eorget well. lie was v'ers mla ant) for the pIat eight esauntti was eMId tohibroom. While aslelep in the 80 room his son, William Vorce, was 1qorti:~e&a - ibl. amld laei btr ;bgei ftather oo dhht from ar wmud ia hib right temple. Death warn in iMtegesam and the roroner was not iliat AMihsens was held and at vctdlict of nui y tnMsad. * . . S ld-jury in ftlnloit clnfy ~ta got .mnmº, Tur ·-Lr~f l3 o wir thonlmtenm·.. 'Wley MO arrestal and placed under lu,,Idls $16,tlta 11, to ansmer a4 the A Tl abi e stable Imlwloging to Mr. ar mta ' li li'm on tihe night. te_',ll ; 7lram ku tdee hatn.st, "r..,Art"-" --.n. Eariag the diamond thief who flak -r the iewelrY Istoti I . tesisaded. guilty at Inlel~eniendee mn erna m. the bate Iricm,n. r The airrulll a handful and taarttal tait, plr . thel chrlrkr 'lcma. Mohrlr wh\om ihe shaid w wouluktd. Wime out tile dloor a a. pat CtT r o ter, r as tiurrt~ trted frf w In .tlh .em on aount of her devotian tod d lt ".t" n nracy on time hinas tw . ther bonds~k mal lilay U;RSSS 4,s ma aftogtr week ~ a nunmUiass ·.i~~,s~~h ch;-I~U~ULa~ -A horrible traredy was ,omnruittei on 1Luastriet at.I Jlplin. \1,... il lthe night oi the 1F th. I)r. L. tf. l,,ular.d. ., d t;,t. .and UI. IPrter wvi, .iiig .iaong Meai street, and when to frout of U. 1:. Younga. dry-goodt store a -slht was. fiedl by seilt unkniown wereioni. striking [Howard on tl I side lf the head iand inlititing woundllll Shich pro d fatal. i-.- l fo.tr dying ;it : ,'clock. AftiT li e ",hot w..s ijrd t he muin disappesadi in thel. rk nessean t heolfi.ern lhaveto ass to get tlhe lillhttast clfw to lwho hI ii. TTi.e hdlt wsu liral sio -Ilon. to Porter's hniad that th- .ho.-k kno,.Le, hiot down, which preventedtl him Iromu getti -. sight of the guilty maIn. --. eoirgae MnliaLs. at yoauia farmi-er a ha !ixul wnar Dewitt, In.. accidentallcy shot. !limell a few days ago witll a ritl,. which I;taml his death instantly. Mieliz waN -:.nio through a field draigging the gun Iy lhis aide, when the hammmer lIvcame enta;nglcd iht sornme weedis and dii.charg.e the load intu his body. -Elder David Taylor Wright. aiii ill nl honored resident of I hillie,,thi., hlo. and one of the pioneer ministers of t he I 'lria tian church of the Grand River valley. died at his residence in that city on the 12th1 aged 69 years. He was lairti hi 4 arter county. East 'rTenne,-we. l h livil ii-,,l in Slipouri nearly half. a cenlltury. nldl elas promlinent an a minister of hit. church and zealous in its cause. He leaves~ large fata -Prfge AleIande laas parted for the -Fresh shocLe9 dfath tLake were felt at Athens. -A violent outbreak of choler is repost ed at Torre del Annunziata. near Naples, in consequence of which a welgious festival has been prohibited by the town author ities. -Of the 1.526 persons treated by Y. Pasteur for fang wourdi, but four have died. -A Munich artist has paid $12,500 fo the exclusive right of making and selin photographs of the castle of the late K Ludwig. -Rutsi: it i alleged. iis .endingi I.34 1) soldiers to the 'orean frontier undier the miv.seof emigrants. ... . -King Milan . of S-rvii whi was ,n his lei i Gi I T ull teturn t4 hIgadA bl!5f v mi tui on ini tý,ýdlkiagr " -Piarnell. it is reortl. I, has colme to termlsa with the gore mneint and t itis tho ught in conseqtueerothat parliau;im.t will adjourn Seltemlber 15. -It is rumnor..i that 'T1 is t~aking extenmete unilityrt, linlparul~l on tlle Asiatiec Isotn rm rerda'loes wite tzd vie of two mtaidly I)Wrs. -The Britimh parass gesewnly teae ai gloomy. a- s of the sit ationisthe kans and exxpres grp ve dhlubts - hetB His ma~l policy wilensure th pe f Eu to~74-z . .. .- thetrmse .1 conmnos Sir .erge n i, unier iureign secretary. statedlhat a J. nllge of goveramuent is Bulgaria can only ,ogenr with the eonsettt of the signatory powers to the treaty ,If Berlin. and that the electios of a new P must be mani -Tbw freedm sd Lmck is to be pre sentmLto Mr. Oladstofe. -Slecial Envoy Sedgwick liha left the City of Mexico for Chihuaboua. -It is lalieved at Iotia that the ldepart ure ,of Prince Alexandcr a:ill tesult in civil war. -Tlie dektths from .\ihtic cholelhra in Corea numnlr several hundred daily. -Twenty soldie liars have n placed under a t it e Irglreun4 lpe they re to asmdle n the w i fr ictions. -iTie Stt rnslurg pnelrally take ~litiuri tet the p regency and iti ,r t ligaria elements of feh i m.plpations.. -I'. 1. 13eltram. a clerk in the Spanish cansulate at liong Kng, forged the name of the Spanisih consulll to a hill o' exchange for ;$3it.1) a;nd( has disalnpearCel. -?Mr. temIle, formrtl a IroEinent memlerllt the Natiunaldand Ii je, nae roam thelear.- of investing dnnrit fOn is stead of using the money to hellp cvicted tenants. -A memorial hua been ir,et to the Eng lih ,goverlnenty t he ,o,,ference of Cath olle lisolps at llaynooth, Ireland. urging the adoption of temporary measures to re lieve the Irish tenantry. -There was great rejoiicing at 'tilitip ,oli, on the occiaion of Prince Alexander's fte day. -Negotiations have been oaendaled for the _t-e--s+ _.. ....... to, 4 eda of 100 French families. verg3 of finunl disa er. taken a farm from an evicted tenant, was shot dead near Innis. Ireland. --utrpes l nquglighters are reported s . l,, le. ,ronty Kerry, --Filteen prsons were crutshed to death. thirty seriolll- hurt :ndll( over a hundred ihiiinjurd du a panic in a chureb -Russia. through lher agent at Sofla, ad "i'be that lpulic opiaien e allowed to ~b il;,win efre a nd rlweime- etsiptdtte lhgarian throne. .,pt. ahrklama, whomaemaapanied the J_- the.Jlud·n ~uLy npMlii I )e ports lHudson strait uavigalle for folr r vL41 , rj..inl vessels have Ilees si-zelby the Frene ututhorities at Harme ( infitta m"ri ti j ct l iclarly -ail aucil.nt o~srat p:30 a. min., to d4 neir thlt lot "o street. Little Arr*4ww, tte 7-year-old son of E. -. lmmse, haL tne aup-ataira to play with his 3-ywir-old 4lrpther. Hii motlherhearij a ,istol shot ruihed up-etaire to fld herl boy ling iuleilbe oe the loor, 11i ribght eye ihot out lind the blood coming from tie -ye Achte. &.ruaty tjcaliber revolveh. ',ie chlai, br recently dischlargiel., on the ui idush t lluhls told aspll the sad old stcry entitled. "LD)ldn't know it wa loaded." Eiamdesmtlv'thehe had fodrC Wih revolver mid w.i uoki;L i;nt LU the barel while his f:y.r- -an* tr tin= the trigger, and the weJpon 'aa, atcidntILally d'shared. 11 liirI but a few houlrs. Medsred in M vMsl,. A Aper.? Ilrnm faibdem. Ala.. gteesm ae otllt oi! . horrible crimelry pne rprent, Lil. WaVtts. Ij iyzl4 niue in the Slntryr. IIIt his three childreal. Ch t ,- t -a .] d ng. lecently he i in.rmael a 1 nih to get rid of them, andau I.. ighlits mini,. juet Ia fore day, heknocked dil if Jh 's in the hnd .itt ntick. piled nil. nnaullbddi n anl aLw-,r. int lre to w i., sehc. Iltegnl it ad leflk .'ll fire windln-,.i-.ru-l lut whIun tatken out tie kclt-.t hii woni i!i,. nlatl the other two ,It ig t1 4 t he le 4pl iotltu Irac k alsiwit leeaU* i-o, dtm otl thea tilrb .mttl Of Wlir I Dol, I ILLI IN MEEDEP. too Bot ars Libby to Have a Hard Time During the Winter. A Train Loaded with Dry Goods Captured by Mexican Revolutionists. ''r Muem is Osemtiss at himap.e. Adopt Besolutions of a Semi Political Oharacter. In a Bad Condttlon. Cnatmroen, 8. C., Sept 9.-A sharp but harmless shock of earthquake occurred be tween 1 and 2 o'clot k thle morning, but the city is qiLS to-day. Shelter bha tNetty well provdled for all the b eleOg bato e feted r(ai sryfrr tagesing. Ra Charleston will also furnish rations In the ame way to destitute personas at Summerville sad Mount Pleasant Mayor Conrtenar to day issued a secood sddress to the people. Ia wBlel he sys that e can testify to the large damage throughbout the whole extent of the cty, and that it can be truthfully said of the emmunity as a whole that their moral courage sad herima were equal to their great disaster. He shows in briefb wh ss ames plirn ih in the m t of the erele, sadmentieas pmrtllariy e vo tioewedttrof the Iremuss o the aly, the constancy of the police fose, the fdelity of the telegraph operators and the zeal ad courage of the municipal medical corps and private physicians of the city. In conclusion be offer the following advice for the best in terests of the e: e 1e . .'~ etrmram l e. Iýisrsaorra lit., Sept. 9-The national federatim of miners today after considerable Sebate adopted the following: -.Asstd. That t iAhe meass e10 t tsed ed5ation that no aeer or ma,ber cshseaWleise or encoar -sp an oaf r raftsa a o mn t ohrlIes nit ti` e~t w e cr sari .teeh. hteard is ,- atltlm henceforth use their is rsie ad the nInltuere of the federati to educate the -:_s-s e wo*aenffn above th:e -.:ta leve a .aod satimashi sad f eVe hoelectl IQAsmttos , Mt -n sa mteticpl ees of repsceeta tre oebsetca Irrees ezise of ala the psery lires us sties their nae.. as .sadidane , any sapgar. A resolution expressing sympatby with the rsape creek strikers was austueu. and the vneventlon deweemeed the five tar svstlm. iesolutions were pssesd pledging the mem hers not to vote for eandidates who would not aporst the law proibiting operators from seting their misrt more than eight hours a Say and a law comtpelling the lnyment of rages every two weeks in lawful money; con spiracy laws were denounced and their re peal demanded. It was determined that the redlerated distracts should be compotsed of alaer working in localties whose coal came in competitiom Is the markets and the twers sf these distriets were vested in general con rent'ons of the districts and In executive boards. but they were not to Iaterfere with state organizations, and the unions abould attach themselves to suit the organizatlons before they could belong to the federation. Christ rvans wasu cht"oe executive secretary sad Daniel McLaughlin secretary. Patrick McAdame of Indiana. N. I. issell of Obhio, Thomas Armstrong of lilinois, with the seere tar and treasurer (ex-oilo) constitute the exeeutive board. Raids by llewolautoaiste. MATA,0oas, Max., , Sept 9.-Bad weather Sea iateceped telegraphie c ommuakcasti sp the river, bht it ts reported that the rero. utlmists had a skirmish with the federal troops near Charco bl E dido and that Ma itio Cruz with 140 men is near Renam. oeavy forces of cavalry from the alty have kee seat up the river. Yeaerdy a wagon train nhaulng d rm San Mlgfuel, the te'rminus of the res and a bterey railroad to C aurg was tacked and captured by sevoulteary aads, -ad same $1.3 worth of prints and dry goods e ndZug to UCamago merchants were car A Mi.nd., the revolutioary paper pub iubsed in Brownsville, Tex., by Martins, re arts small risnlag at Cralmas. Sea Carlo -4 ether pointa A sea athitsr with the move says that the partisans are now quietly patherbta vms horses sad amanitions sal rtthin a minth a determined move will bhe ad, Nearly a Million Dollars Noeeed. New Your, Sept. 9. -Mayor Courtesay d Charleston telegraphs Dr. Andrew Simoads, president of the First satlols bank of Char atoo, who is now this city, that la rder to bsheler the homeless people before the coid eather sets in from (6W3,000 to $1,000,000 are inmedlately required. The mayor estimates he tetal dam to pror tybemthquaLke at from o0ooO t00o..~0tU L The total nmount of sumserptibo to the re et lsd up totbhe cse of k add s today - $1l2S414 The cmnmissio of army egineer olasers ed other caprta have oodemed for plr tal deaslito sevril private Wditge mini bhqelsas plaees and stugeeted rspeln to Cbholera's Awful work t Coere. St. Fnascascso, Cl., 9.-A letter to the BDllsia.nrsmbed, ilna, datel August a states tlat the deaths from Asiatic cbohl be lI etoe sumbtsd a mt then from 2Sf to 497 persos have died dally. CodLs Coul apt e obdtelt and tlhe bodies were wrapped in saklong. In may places o and vultures had seratched away the I ht ovmrlng of earth and devoured the Charges Agadmus the Leesose. Drama, Sept 9t-M1r. Loades., ebrman of the Westport board of guardians, formerly a pronisest member of the National league, as cur the league of Investing the Amerieas oraons iad ofting thae moaey to help ietel teemata He s that the e has ahamefedy rejected ap for iwysad Mab tesats, saying tat they were y t Aa-A~em mqalhooei. LoDao, Sept. 9.--A American cltiae named Perdicarts. residnt is Taagiar han been Seed ahw Imprisose by the AmerIcas masoru rerl armed reetsteas to native ---- sad lefrom the Amerlea coen. mlrte who were odeasrlng toeuterh ishaos n arrec a mor acauled of eatortlos by the sonaslate. Upea's geea am larDl Lowaas Bpt. .-The qase of Span Is sag from pulmomary disease whleh is maklg sarmr ping The aletto as similar to that wc caused the death of King Alfoom Ex-Gover'aur ela Fairchild, of Wi. ecosla, coashandn chief of the Grand Arm o tihe and Col t B. ray arrive fn on the 13th, eka mming h m t the As mnting of the IU M mmittee,. f was stated that it will tak at leaet SIj~atw to put the nwc rTaire to tB houses of prsonus wW e gu . e ud to make theif e an habitable. Forms of application for assistance in re buildinawilt-be ipued u ie once. i plans udmpilted li liala n lin ecu aL reief to t ie need of clothing, bedding, etc., in consequence of the earth. quake. Bricklayers are now paid $5 aday and plasterers $4, which tends to check re building operations. waIsi. AGE MURDERED. eorge Poewers. of Marshall. Ill., he Victim f ra Assemllet Wailes. A dispatch fromt Marshull. Ill.. says that plareh tWbean in serk i state of wlt ezcitement since war timers. At 7 ,'clck on the morning of the 12th. as slector Dulaney was passing the an'v depot at the creoaint o,f the C'airo. Vineennam and't'hic': gAo ndt Vandalia Railways. lihe glaiceal in anal s'.tw pt.ola o0f Il.xl on the flour. 'tin monng mna siatance an eaumin ial.tt w dI 4Ii l~ck win taider tdek, e-vered w1'l tpaclAIldl an aM coat. An entralnle was at eIt,. made, and the body was f,,unnl to t h that of the agent. Gieorge Powers. lie huld beent shot and instantly killed. apparently. Astrn hltndreds of poaiph were at tile .lepot. earna-ly believing the terrible news. The (-counner was sunnoiearl from Dennisonti. In the ioleanutiue an exalinationl was wtade, of the sce:ne of the murader. The depot is ,aone -nid a hull mile. northeast of the city v. in a aps pand lonely eat. The iegot' wts re 'yt to stay oftb tilf miadlght. TIhree young men. friahdls IflTi, ihaT acompannjied Powes out tohiapsetand leftlhimt t l :'t. The murder must hayv been ncommitted al ter that time. Ue was sitting at his desk writing :a letter, and being near-sightl'tl. hl was leaning gver clhse to the paIr. aind had his hat pIilled down over his e*yvc . The murdered must have sliple upl tI t(o thet in dow mad fired at the top of his head. The hall shivered the. pane of lass tltrualth which it passed, ,rut as cirnitur hale in the top of the hat, and thienentered the vietiat's head. He fell frwiad. hi let eye stalking on the ttpalrail'instrument, making a tear tible bruise. Thaere was at pool of hhlwl (,al the table by the instrulment. Tile murider er then seems to ihave gone around d aid - teranl through the hack window. lie drag ged the body to ti"e floor land rifed all Ihe pockets, taking what little monuey th,-re was and his wateh. The bolvy was then, dragnged through the pool ,of hbl*od ahatladh formed :ta laid cal,"s under the tdek anlI covrerl tE,. The floor was almost cauverett with blood. '1Ua inquest was held its the afterne , antr at vrict aI rntiderlC in accordanlee e ith thhe ab iove facts. Po'wrs was a Youlg maint of 216. very pIptlaur %ait t all. e'-si cei:tlly thI . aI llaig fIalk . ilttl hlis Ita II death is felt as a ,*mnnlb tial*aI ityl. A tlhutatall dollars was raieeil in at .ie It time to prosecuI the seuarchl for thI -ullltr derir or manlaere-rs. Tihe feeling i- almost iltea"-isei . and it would take strongl walls to hold the fiends if ,once caught. . hundlrtI menl hate been out since the dicovuerv of the murder. eoutrijng the countrlkead itel c bst eeht eI tae.ewýl hat -ie¶ira +A; w whlate tip"taI he searrles. Ai dllrt. ~~lo uade ta get the hltnul ibmed. frontm 0ne to start thl, seatrch. This last devrflbh deed seems to cni' the cliuax of crime which has reiepted in 'l:trk ('ounlty the last three months. FATAL QUARREL. A Gamts eo Dice Resles Ia the hsetiag e Jeha Ecilvey. Iletweteu and 1t) o'clck on the night ,f the 10th, .1ohn MeGHivroy, a blacksmith and wagainmaker of tMaiden, Dunklin 'aIunt v. Mu.. was shot and instantly killed hv ioWlllanlt Paxten. at druggist and fannrmer of that plate. The killing ttik place on the ltreets. The ditticulty, it seems, grew ,out aof a game of dice between othierpartie. rh.- facts at near as can we learned are that the lparties throwing dice got into a row: oila. knocked the other down; the party rmaking the acsanilt was arrested. Ml.cGilvavy went his hail. Paxto n made sonie remarks to M.UcGilvroy about hitt go ig ,on tie Iand oF attch a fellow as the man .arrted. McGiilvroy told Paxto to keep quiet and attend to kisown bm.reams, as he lidn't like him any too wellanyway. They uhad some hot words, and linally went into the street to fight it out. They were --opped by iande l agreed to dearpthe unatter. and went and took a drink to tether. This occurred sometime intheafter nton. and about 9 or 10 o'clock they muet; M'cGilvr~y putI mls and on Paxton's houl lers and made some renmark. Paxton trew a pistol and caommencedl tiring on Mc h;ilvry. lOnte shot struck him in the, mouth. another just under the left eye, and the third in the breast. liefs ank to the -arth and died in a few minutes. Paxton ttarteal to run, but was caught and is now in jail at Kennett. Ma.filrroy has been drinkinlg hardt for srevrml vearns, but was not offenaive or troub;seome. Paxton, from the hbeet information, is a dangerous man when drinking. A LONE REPOSE. Lea Fgyn:Ma 3 ) er 6sr y Seep eto All E1le to Wake1 Nar. Lens'Fry, a daughter of David Fry, at b tee e areep five nlghte and four days en tinuously. Al edorta to awaken her are fruitless. She lays in beda breathingdeeply. but easily, occasionally turns ov-er and moavas her limbo, but wet" pwakel. She is 13 yearnm k, well hailt, AklbsedL ta, be tout. Ibut is rather alelicate. Two weelks :ago abshe was taken sick, and applaredl to Ie suffering frim nervous prostration. She could not sleep then, and was wakeful for several days and nights, esying that shbe wse afrakl to o to eleep at she shoukId alie. No opiate were givea her, bat finally ov-came with ethaation the girl went to sleep, and Ifrom that time ahsemtmad con tinnoua y for sixty-az hoar. Her parent were very much alarmed. Docters exam ined and prosouased Mh alive snd appar ently in a healthyaslmaber. Somepersome thought her dad. Load noiseintmtharom, pinching and dslapping her Lad no effect. ahe continuedto sleep soundly. Wihm she did awake it wae is te middle of theaight, and the hou was quiet as death. She thought she had been sleeping only a few hoars. but complained of feeling hunglry. This time she has far exceeded her previous sleeping record. A number of physicians have been la to see her, but can not ac count for this curious freak of nature. If the girl does uot oon awake she , ill die of sttr? tion. Pliets e i a rW Pelkh. AcsTr.. Ner.. Sept. 7.-A report has just reached here that the Piute Indians are get ting ugly and uneasy. A few days ago a Irunraken Indian murdered a man namedt FLlUA4*twr Ir the Sinely fatlh. and his ar te-t has umed tim tribe to art in a very usaacanui muainer. It is aeard that a gan rail Itusa Inre may tlake plac any tiime. It uks sai that, friendly nludi have warned ;auilies li in in the UmoIntaine to t -,ut anl reek pIales of safety until the hostile aet'ilng weiars away. The ranchers ari al ra~?ia y al;airl-el and are taking ateps to ..-u ta.ct themlsnly-has. As the valley is sparIa ly setatl'd ~a faew murlderou Indliaseouldeiaity kill ilalittl all fial then acapel to the mttounl talus atd tneer be captlipaeswhite weti eouid 0tollbt tha. 'i fkimllee are Ilpr·iarid to move to Autin uo Opytrl. The wlh ol b t b o (re ssU~Lag wbMikm to thb n4lana DIRE HAIPs. 3otham and Coney Island Visited by a Lively Storm. Daring Attempt of a Son of a Murderer to Rescue His Father. An Engineer Crushed to Death--Beheaded by His Engine-An Earthquake in Mexico. .LA on's Deadly WVorlk. rk r Fl.t.t. \. T. . lSept. 1:. -A mtian r:aie.t PII'..ne eerlltnilted tmureler it Missoulrl s.iv,,ral year- a",. and t a:s e.ntenced to habng, Sit 'n ade hl- e-eale~e alend caune toe Walshhtgtoa :t-rittri andtl .t-tile.*i in Okan'L n county. Ili. wheretal.ut., IRetlatne kuown Uand a requi -itinll w. -4.nt to Silekaue Fall.- anld placed it the lhaI, of .Jack llubbartl. a itestiable, to ItrT II. t,,k a delpth nateel Faikin and ilt U111a Inl,llllt for Paine-' plae,l 1iU iil ldistance., eCured Paine witbhout trouble .In1 lt.rdl haiilt . utt, en him. Pattie aske"l t1, b;i f.ree cll t,. hlis wife in r-ret. a hich hwar irailte,.. :andl the tlo, tili ri alld lti. t'e rie.ner -tart. "I dtl J I. ucekl ard l ttm.are hlt-k .t t, *-i Pamu.'. age ti eor hi " n hit e-.iv k. Ivert. e the- ,tih-ers andti lr-gi,:en tirit: fItone a W'incerie-te.r rifle. The third -heit hit his falther. a ho. lled In ten min ite. aflter. "I ilee ,tlie.rr returnedl the tire wlire revolvers. tit the nInae nts teo llufg. Tue fifth hot .ruetk It ib. erel in tih-e hilt and he fell to the :rmenlld el(.,l. I alkilt then whtiplted the team, cit wenet nily :a in.rt ditneee" .hen one of he hber- tI fell ela\n frroum a ride nltlnd. I',eeune P(.linee le:ieh lel- ha '-ea e c Thle old Iaeu. m a It.- l:..i liung, ccflfessed to Falk!n. that whben he aestl ,sjl-Lbye to his Sife lie teold her to, tell their son to rescue iliul, eiene if he lhad to kill the oelfeers. llllh Vlnids In Gotham. 'ew Yeo,Rti. tLlet. 11"- During thee heavy ,:,one w hlich prrvailt,.I here this evening the lind had a tie-at -w. ep ae :l. tue upper end aid ilia-fet iififlltiý ý>A l e. ? seet t'igs wee ".m nsirad hoses alefel. The gule was Je m re i is snbahttanville. wheree hem sgp4 Cere tuiuo1tie and one hobse estlrely sibol i"ited. ertiatel no liraIe, wet I nltredl. keveral Western Cltiten and fire alarm pgel were trn down and thtrown nrote the itreetl. Peollle lng ing In the neighborhoud'wef pelnl stricken and sought eafct fin the steets, pre lferiung a drehilng to burial under lies of si d tm,.rinr. storme thlire buut the cty was severe. tneken town were fbued to Ake h-hllwahst a anid slore eloeeri.. Tihe wi s setiet_.o bigh that tLh o eliae il crar ulruer the bthusrwall, and thle.elt In eAtk sit tir dock ~ommisiom'ere s' uasie better. was flAered. 'lThe ttg Wktre em.her eof-e Ieeew. ad'm.ll i t .ulltvle scveral tree. were pr;tstrated. I rushed to Death. titNe I;NTrz. 0.. Sep . 1.---While Engineer Ileur, Pl'rtl. and lil tinrstuan, .fDeouald, were u the act of hliftingl. a freight engine froa he main track to the mtound housei track, in he Cincinnati Seuthernl yard.t at Ludlow. Ky., his inornlntr. ther were struck by north xund in.ceniger train Ne. $1. . The fireman of be parasnter englue jumped antd eved him .elf. but the engineer. .Jaclies Johrdan. stuck to its putt and had oe of hi- lers cut off and tae injuredl luterall. lie lingered lhi 'reat igee.e" ilntil tille .elning. Belth enctiles were .tieekeil land the passengeras e~usleirbly -haken up asnd a few injured, but not at t all nroumly. An Earthquake In Mlexio. CITY or MIstIc, Sept. li--An oMcial re :ort t tthe government from Sequisezteau a state in e'stl -ays a shalf'of srthquake with ietlilltls frey atr to west was felt there Septenuler :t. The lIat severe ,h'er!: here was four years ams, when ;he ma-rive building occupled by the Lse !mn tlnk was craecked and other edillces .njuire. ireat fnterest is felt throughout Ierxic, in the recent severe earthquake -hocks 4e t'ei-ta - tml zaenl r t1 r° Levy - ) bpen s * e., t. e tilessw kbseJraasaa464aL Beedp'a paxBe -m % ad aUtlh hotels w iaaged ,lw ijriabway and bathe the Iledlwar4 teemlams em thg tes estlaedos were leveic to the *" 'sahesied by listla 3fre. ht tt'rl.l u.. la pL . t Sc_ aerg e., in r of the BsleJrei end cit s1irirfi l l~ Sia c.-a W idouwi thl cskaLB.IteE5Ai cenj-i Ahl.. y " l, , i. tlCn lhown to room No. 35 cn the third floor. At % o'eloek a ehowdetr Iparty, making a Igreat ra-ket, tieeed Icy thehonse md theh.llic-r on every flelcr stturk tlheir h-elma oult tlf the windows to see whit wtas goieI nm. Hlitl de-nly Juetlhs wat teen to hull Irom the window lf his roeole, cruihing llie lkuill etil the sidewalk. tie was kUlled inlstanutly. The boety watu taken to the mnorgue. In llhi descent hIe t nuck eanuotherlodger llanted Charlei Braidganin. who was 1-aunitlg out cf a saecond-tory windlow, but wo neaved hil lile by clingingl to the window-e-ainl. A dentist, who saw the menn Iw-lore lie- fell. said there were three tr flour othe tiern with him. who appealred to he holding or joetling him. It was the lentiet's opinion that the matt was thrncn out of the win dow. The people in the hotel declare thFe know nothing about the case. . Kalit mY TorpitA. Kan.. Sept. 7.-John IH. Suith,. wardenl ot the State Peitentiary, made his settlement with the State Auditor to ildElforth telmnth of AtuIalt. lii report slews that leuring the month the ernringe ,ef the ianttutice were12,081.08, and tie total expenIditures were $9.802.95. The e•-areinga of the cual wins wee $4t, ii92.Ud. cltdJ Lhe lulelllLt rzeceied lo.r outrect laboe s~o- ~5. 3ii:-.7. 1ighteen pIrionutl wer, c.,ul,,itted dlurlet the month, and srveru eteu are diachargs by expiration of ele. tence. At the es of the month there wert b$r prisoners in the Peaitentiary. which it tthree lea than at the close of the ire' ioeus month. Dam. mii a Wewasv. One night in July last, in Montgomery county, Geoargla, the safe of Mr. C. A. Moe ly wras stobmn by a dore maked mens It contaianed $l8,hOO in moey, beide a large number of valluable papers. Gr.at 'extemt followed. The track of the w•gon wer c ta 16r twety t lles, whewe a11l trae was lost. Several arrets wrae nuade, but it seemed imposible to locate the crime. The latact developmmat has created reven moe idim tion than the orlvlgaulene. Johna 3A. and his Sumaaou ther kowladm of the whineutesW teab wtl thy vould oashwaudaUmeifoor0 9wa aut to them ,'ash In ha nd. Finally, in order to regpln his property, Mr. lMouely was compelled to assent to the exaction. It seems that the two men had discovered the whereabouts of the safe; they removed it to their home. buried it, and built a hog pen over it, so as to effectually conceal it. The people are as Indignant at the McBrides as theyareat. the maked bnrglars who stole the safe. THE OFFICIAL REPORT. Stalements I Regard to the Recent Earth quakes Greotly Exaggerated. \'lusrlNoIN. S)-pt.-1.-.-- ,l. Batchehtrl'. ho wentt l, 'ha 'l"-t ol to uuake all official report upon the conllition of affairs there, hias retllrnt . 11t -; -a. tile Ipeople Iivs v ,v.rything in their houslnw that they netd. It is true that frail articleh. such as vases, pictures and hlaeking-glasall . are broken, but these 'an harkly be cousidercd uccee caries. The losp will fIlli praincipally upon the owners of realetate, anid lnot ulpon the people at large. I lid uot s,,; any of the pitiable caMstof distr as that, thi' papers tell about. The bawiunc esectionuo the city ia in ruins. Thete is scarcely a hack house in that portion of the town which will have to, be torn diowu. But natt )of the people of I lharlestotl live up in tie northern po. lion of the city, and nearly every residence is wooden. These buildings remain iutact. The only tamasge they have sustained is in the loss of chliuineys and the bareaking of the plaster. ra kingthe wally look IlaT. ivenp sIand pretty than they were before. There is no reason why the people should not re turn to thelir ilhom. There is no danger. No one was killed in it house during the earthquake, but all those who died were killed on the streets. No one was killed by a wooden housde, but all the dead came to their end through the falling of brick stores and warehousme. It would be a good thing for Charleston to ha ve a storm and mnake the people get iltto their houses. As for the working classes, the earthquake is a benefit to them, for it provides them with plenty of employment at higher prices tian they were earning before. WILD WITH GRIEF. A Lther Witeses the Drmwaiag of ier Two SeOs In a Ped. One of the saddUet and most heart rending cases of drowning that aver occurred in Arkansas took place near the residence of dir. Joseph Morse, six rmiles south from Little Rock. Late on the afternoon of the 13th, Win. Hon.inger, the 1-1-year-old step. son of Mr. Morse. was swimming around in at pond near his house. An elder brother was standing on the bank watching his funny evolutions in the water, when all ,f a sudden the boy was taken ttith cramps and called to his brother Henry to cernet,o his rescue. Without waiting, Henry sprang into the water and soon had \illiamn in his arms, but the now exhausted boy and a load of heavy, wet clothes, weighted Henry down to, such an extent that his frightened brother's weight was more than he could carry, and both L'oys soon sank to rise no more in ten feet of water. Mrs. Morse, mother of the boys, hearl her child's first scream where she was in the kitchen cooking nipper and ran to the pond just as Henry plunged in. The pout woman watched her two little darlings strtgling for life in thewaterandsaw them sink for the last time beneath the cruel waters. Then she fainted and has been a raving maniac since, and it in thought her mind is forever gone. It was a sight calcu lated to cream a person even not so near to the unfortunate parties as a mother, and the warmest sympathy ls expressed for the fam i ___ Oas.ter In a Gellsry. The Marvine shaft colliery of the Dela ware and Hudson c'anal company at Scranton, Pa., was the scene of an exten sire cave-in on the 13th, by which it is feared at number of tmen havelost theirlires. How many it is impommible to say, the au"ppoi. tions varying froml six to nine. There seems to be hut little qtuestion of the dtath of one of them, an elderly main aned .John Shaeler. A number of men were cut and bruised by falling of rock and coal in make Ing their escape tp the slope. For several weeks a squeeze has been going on in the chambers on the left-hand side of the mine. the right-hand side bIing safte. as supposedl. On the morning (,f the cave-it almutt sixty men went to work in the right-hand chamn her. After they had Iwen at work s*mne time it was noticed that the squeeze was extending in the direction of where the men were at work, and they were at onces noti. tied of the danger and all started for the fott of the eshaft. Two falls ,cc-urred saal it is not known whether the missing nmen weare caught bay the falls or Ihad returned to the back part of the mine. If they re turned, there is hope of rescuing them alive, but if they elttinued toward tile shaft. they were undoubtedly killed. The cave-in cover tlive or six acres. Mmne. Gardenhire, an ambandoned woman of Fort Smith, Ark.. about ti5 yearsof age. was foully murdered at her home in that -ity abeut 3 o'dclock on the m~ssing of the 12th. Shle lived alone, and about thehour mentioned people livring in the virnity of her howue were a wakened by three pistol shots in rapid surcesion. and some got up and went to their doors. thiaking It was a lire alarm, but eyeryt hin Ibwingquiet, again retired, nothing more being thought of the nmatter. There is a negro church aaljoinihg her residence, ant a Ia the coangregation assembled to engagil anin-rise prayer meeting witll torahtg, the bWo y c(,rlse ,i the murdered wolnitan was licoverel lying on the fldoor whelre she had tfallen. A corn tirg's jury was ulmlatlluoled, anld it was :ae certained that smIe hamistwn shot in the side oI thle Ihead. the ball going thrught. aatl a stolod shot had penetrated her atrk anl was rat out ofIherbast. Whoeommitted the deedl. or shy, isa mystery. Itet-tives are now endeavoring to get a clew to the murdelrer. LoIurOILLI, Ky., Sept b--Perry Hlier bert (white) atnd tharles Lh'uncan colored) had a naOrw neape iroam death .'entrday afternoon in the course of one of the most lerilous rtide, on r-Cord. The twv, boys live at Jeffernsonnla aind startse : dlown tha Jeffersonville. Madison amd Indianapolis track to walk across the brkle to Louis ille. As they nesrted the Inlianauc aproach a freight train pasned and stopped for a noment at the head olf the bridge. Duiine, jumped tbetween two of the eare and took a seat on the bumper. lie caught, hold ul the brakiu-rod ithl his left hand ad ex tended his tiiht to l;s whitri coannijon ta aisat him. ha he did a the teran -tted acros the bridge. The v hitte : !aintsl, but the brave nnro bheW bhin easpended be twem the carsol his fact.dcolnliig within a few inches of thie croa-salki, ulnil thle train pallel up on the otlher edo. If hIe had re leased his holad .for a tulllieit l. ai coie peilaI ion would have t eri, n,5ae unndter th: wheela oltf terte cars or tselatli ,to i.i'ce oil the locks in the river tied. 1, feIet tiaw. Earthqsas ln MIeeri. A special II, the St. Joseph Herald says that thne ,litinict si.ocKs ui earthllake aere felt .-,rly on the l!mrini;g of the 9th, a' Gra.ut Iity. Wotrth Ltaailsty, M,.. forty tiles ilitrth ,If St. .hw. The titrshktorkwne tt. lightaet. lndl the tbhinl s.s ettaugh to : e.--L .au:.!-tli., ! the tta ,:t;oay tu I lid mro. No1 datruges a peal-rted, or lose of ,htaHng the time ct timiali. - -Ii t.'UA A RIt~I illt. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. IL 1*t1.1k )1it. ,' ip ',I -1.( 1". I it i'll). ," .*I t . a f. ' '.; g, : º,: .,nu ,.t of :1k.. ne t."a "L.,lut*il ""f °. pl wder..md a n i t r-awa in bluoir .t nisiall elice! ,nioun. l-,enr i .t 1 lc t of c ld hW et ..lloup. -,:l-oI,.iId w;ith -a't aend pelsller: when it ;til- -: r :I l :i nilot.iing o'ot if i" ilea:s ini t'.t-jo )uiitl of Inour, wei with I;Ih t latrl. .lI bI ,fo"i -,.rvrile su r.t thin -t-tI; ift -'sII rs a..t i,.i t Intio tho gravyt :!litI :t!" 4l lu t hrat lhr tglli. h ''.HILFY t .tFf. \11 1 t. iwi, t llt af it .l of mtil er. one :lld :st ll li i" t"f white elgar. hall clip ut ., etl muilk. two anti a hat mllll - it fllolr qll rtl ier lof a i tea- pol 1"f .tiia . wlal'. t... f. 1r egg". Dark part -ihalt lll 1p of batler, half Icup) nl fl'uel.', tw, cil).ps of tr.wn lu -lgar, half ,.I1 if ,nIll mik. lks of fiotr egg.. tw ,i cup. tf tio ,r.) . t. to Inst. ith t t,"r thie tpatis an, pour in a fewi sIpoon-I ;kl if' the dl rkl' ai'll I le tile ,rtme of wvhilte ahl't:eia'lt. uniltil all is tl i.d. t1 ..1.. i r t. P. r After Ills tii lhet'l are IIru: iiid. ma.t and 1.ieppiler thinl antid iroil tIhemu on iu;hi side 'r ia i er.s ltire for live m n ll-;: ltheill lac." lth ni without dItor on .t niuttrr, ld ,li.h Il. the tire. W hile tle n letitl - : rilll, lirelere the sat.ai for thei : mir tbriee eggs with twoi tabhlihtanfui,,s o flt our. s.n.aoning with :i vlr little itr i,; i anl -alt and pep li.,: then tu ll n . ai.tlly with two cups ,f milk. and iloltr over the eitlet". ol the li-h il the vllenl until the cut liet are we-II brownd: tlhen erve. ua, A PrrrF. ile aint Ito ling water : while Ibil i-ti iti . one cupilitl uof buttlier, two he:ipitleg clte "f Ilior a ndt eight egg.. ulk- antd white-i lcatetn oeperatel'. Sitil" iiii c-II ,ll ie.f. shen take off the tire. iWhen oI u -t -Ii in onle te'aspoon. fill of to.l:t. Now drop in geni pan :siI ike,. in hit.i eutcn. For the cream take- in- tniuart iof milk : let tihe milk come io a boil. Mix togetheilr four ta bleelNoontil" of cl.t orli arl ivfe tahle ..sn(nli itl .ad si ai fouraL gg a p]Ot into the rnulk. stirr$wi ont.entrly. (iui the ullr. in half :nll till w th the ereals. tºIOR 'I) t.t"E HA-II. I nop ht eiorirnil t-et. and to one iup ofi ule:tl a idt IWi) E f rol) tholed epoii rv ilr itusltur and a lttle peppeor: pillt an egg sizedt p'et. of butter in a iiyiig-p:ia and cin il nlt -Islowly, tlin. iig tlhe pan so that it will e thorougihly )iltter,l: put in the aIthl. pressing it downi ;olithl :ill over the panli: moist etn sliIglly with hot water and ioI oo(k. without stirring at all. until it tbegins tI birown on the ades. which you caln tell biy preiting it back from the walea. wilien it I ill l.' honte. Term out ot a 11 ntl pi ttwer-bttml aisle lip In a caitke. riF tl: lrta u ErPw lPirlm's. 'Take large green peppers. wash them Iand cut two-thirds aronilll the stem. se that it ri aini attached to the pepper. and remove all the seeds. Making a stuaffing of two quart% of finely-chopped cabbage. bai a coful of grated horse. radish, three tablenpoonfulA of celery eed,. one eupfull of mastarid eed and two tabiespoofuls of salt. Fill the pepper. with the- mixture. pin.ing into each pepper one tinl eneumber and on. somall onion : replace the stem ani fasten Its with a trinlg. Put nte peppers lag with a thin hlier of mniltanil eeod ovr the top : c.over the jar and keep in a cool n dry place. BoitilD DEF titNG'E. Wllh a fresh. tonlllue antl jusit cover it wsth wster in the pot: mit iv a plus of elit and a aiut tell peplper i aldd more water us it evaporates, so u to keep the tongue netriv .overe4t until ,lone-wwhen it t-ant be eactily pierced with a frk: take it ont and If wasted •,oon. take off the "lkih anti set it away to cool. If wantol for future use. do iot peel It ntil it in reiuired. A pnt of salt will do tor three tongue. If yen have thiL numlmr Co twil: hus do not fail to klele water enough in the p.1 to keep them ouvered while boiling. It s-alt toutnguele are in-ed. ,oak ihemu ove.r nlighti, of (.o)lirt e omtitting the salt when boiling. (r. after peeling a tongue. place ii in a iaucet iil with otis cp of water, hilf a cup u vinegar. four table spoonfuls od .iilgar, aiol o-ok until the liquor is eva.tporlted. It Was Nearly All Climate. Tih e stl.eilive ail high-toned stock co'opaniy routight out by ltayman ham gonte Eais. I'iu afruid the members el it did oit lunau thsir reoeption sad ei periewunc here. 4ws-be resl they met a loelt nuar r,:tutitiug to .soifaoia. =-Well, what .h iot think of San Franti 'c,. * -i.,: iaet.. ( alifot tll b I i . t l','ast t slilil': nitl-I-lirt*e pe* A Cipability in Re, erve. o f ho h il t' i t •ak .-lL or '., to l :,io . t s I